I shot on occasion up to about 3 years ago when I met and befriended (much to his chagrin) a serious shooter. I was amazed at what I didn’t know. My shooting sessions became much more realistic and methodical. Then I attended Front Sight a couple of times. I have carried a gun for 20 years. The shooter I was prior to 3 years ago and the shooter I am now are far different. Now I shoot at least twice a month, my presentation is better, my trigger work is better, and my shooting on the move is better.
Its to late to make a long story short, but here is my point.
Caliber choice as you have listed is irrelevant to stopping a threat. All of the listed calibers are good.
Get some training to augment your shooting sessions. Practice as often as you can, but practice smart.
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